Friesian regrets the attack on a house full of sleeping children in Stadschagen

Zwolle – Two men from Friesland got into the car on Sunday, July 31. They set the path for Zwolle. They arrive at Stadshagen at about nine in the evening. They have no good intentions and do not intend to stay for a long time in the capital of Overijssel. They attacked a house in Mottölln and fled. They don’t get away, within ten minutes the Frisian duo has been arrested by the police. On Thursday, 36-year-old Mark Keogh from Leeuwarden and 32-year-old Dennis T. from Drachten were forced to respond to the judge.

When dusk falls, a resident of Motölln sees a gray Audi station. Because his neighbors are on vacation, he is very attentive. In the car, Mark Q and Dennis TQ were sniffing a streak of Coke and then the men wearing blue gloves. They walk into a house and place a heavy piece of illegal fireworks at the front door. A little later, a loud explosion ensued. The Friesians choose the herbath. The neighbor notices the license plate. Moments later, police officers stopped the duo. They don’t have much to say. They mention that they were on their way to a friend.

The occupant of the building where the attack took place is well known to the police and the judiciary. The man was convicted of a drug offense and has also been identified by the judiciary as a suspect in a new criminal case. Officially he no longer lives in Moutmolen. It is the home of his ex-wife and three young children. Because his ex-wife is in prison, the man went home to take care of the children. That night he put his children, aged two, five and six, to bed. When he’s in the backyard, he suddenly sees a flash of bright light followed by a thunderous bang. He goes inside and sees glass everywhere. There is a large hole in the front door and an attached door that is filled with shards of glass. He called 911 and went to see his children. They did not notice the explosion. According to the resident, the three were still asleep.

What exactly happened remains a mystery to the police. The arrested suspects shut their mouths. That later changed when Dennis T. From his attorney there are children in the house. “I shed a tear at that time and decided to explain it,” T said in court. “I hate it so much and blame myself. It bothers me because I am a father of two.” His partner Keo sincerely agrees with him, and according to him, this should never have happened.

The judge wants to know why they did it. The duo announced that the intention was only to intimidate the woman. They believed that the woman was in prison at the time. They did not know that there were people in the house and certainly no small children who were sleeping. Dennis T. said:

During questioning by the judge, it becomes clear that the Frisians have nothing to do with the woman or her ex-husband. The men admit that the attack was carried out using a Cobra 6. They do not want to say who lit the piece of fireworks with the force of a grenade. We have nothing to say about the division of roles. We both did it,” explains T.

The judge confronts the duo with advice that reaches the police’s criminal intelligence team. An anonymous informant says the attack is linked to a cocaine deal. Dennis T says, “I don’t know anything about it. For our own safety, we won’t say anything else.” Then the judges look at the criminal records of the Frisians. In Q.’s are attempted manslaughter and a number of violent crimes. T’s criminal record isn’t blank either. He was guilty of assault and trafficking in hard drugs in the past.

“Today’s confession somewhat surprised me,” the prosecutor said. However, he is not impressed. “It’s very opportunistic, especially for harm reduction.” The officer says that items related to the motorcycle club were found during the investigation. “Weren’t you just sent out as part of the headhunting process?” He did not get an answer, the men again demand the right to remain silent. According to the officer, it’s not just about causing an explosion.

A certified black and white explosives investigator wrote that the strike seriously injured people in the house or passers-by. A reason to demand the Public Prosecution Office of three years imprisonment, eight of which are suspended. The officer does not hide the fact that he believes that the duo acted on behalf of people active in the drug trade.

Attorney Case Cook thinks the penalty is too high. His clients have been detained for more than 100 days. According to Cook, a prison sentence equivalent to pretrial detention is more than enough. If necessary, a community service order can then be imposed, according to a criminal attorney. Cook sees that no one was actually in mortal danger. “Anything could have happened, but that’s not the norm.” The verdict will be announced in two weeks.

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